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Jacob Mahloch
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Birth: Sep. 1, 1845
Death: Jun. 28, 1930

Mr. Mahloch, the son of Carl and Anna Mahloch was born September 1, 1845 in Deanheim Hessen Darmstadt, Germany. His family immigrated to this country when he was seven years old and settled on a farm in the town of Schleswig. On November 16, 1869 he was united in marriage to Miss Anna Marie Lucas of Germany at Sheboygan. For the next twenty years of their life the couple lived on a farm at Rockville. Mrs. Mahloch died twenty-five years ago.
Eight children were born to the couple 2 of which preceded him in death. One daughter, Clara, died in 1897, and a son, William, died April 2, 1924. Those who survive are three daughters: Mrs. John Junk of this city, Mrs. Fred Jacobi of Granton, and Mrs. Margaret Bates of Schobenier, Illinois; and three sons, Carl of Manitowoc, John, residing near Kiel; and Jacob of Nisland, South Dakota. Other survivors are thirty-five grandchildren, thirty-eight great-grandchildren, a brother George of the town of Meeme;
and the following sisters, Mrs. Minnie Wagenknecht of Plymouth, Mrs. Mary Thielen of Manitowoc, Mrs. Kate Russell of Butternut, Mrs. Caroline Dankwardt of Thorp, and Mrs. Dora Schwalenberg of Plymouth.
Mr. Mahloch enlisted in Company H 26th Wisconsin Infantry on August 14, 1862 and served in the Civil War until June 12, 1865, when he received his honorable discharge. He was the sole survivor of the G. A. R. Post No. 190, and honorary member of the local Kasper Post No. 99 of the American Legion, and an honorary member of the New Holstein Women's Relief Corps No. 95.
Among the battles which Mr. Mahloch participated during the Civil War were the Battle of Lookout Mountain on November 23, 1863; the Battle of Rosaca, May 15, 1864; the Battle of Averyboro, March 16, 1865; and the Battle of Bentonville, March 18, 1865. He was believed to have been the last of the Town Rhine Civil War veterans and he had a great war record.

Family links: 
  Carl Mahloch (1818 - 1888)
  Anna Maria Shenk Mahloch (1829 - 1884)
  Annie Luckas Mahloch (1847 - 1905)
  Carl Mahloch (1870 - 1946)*
  Clara Mahloch (1878 - 1896)*
  Katherine Mahloch Junk (1883 - 1964)*
  John J Mahloch (1885 - 1954)*
  Jacob Mahloch (1845 - 1930)
  George Mahloch (1851 - 1937)*
  Katherine Mahloch Russell (1857 - 1947)*
  Clara Mahloch Boelter (1858 - 1949)*
  Dorothy Mahloch Schwalenberg (1860 - 1941)*
  Caroline Danckwardt (1861 - 1947)*
  Rosena Zunke (1864 - 1926)*
*Calculated relationship
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Saints Peter And Paul Catholic Cemetery
Manitowoc County
Wisconsin, USA
Created by: Rose Mohnsam
Record added: Apr 06, 2009
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Jacob Mahloch
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Jacob Mahloch
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Jacob Mahloch
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- Rose Mohnsam
 Added: Sep. 19, 2010

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